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In an answer to my question: Status of Tieflings with the worldwound defenders? Kenabres was used as an example for how tieflings were viewed.

While creating chars for a worldwound campaign one of my players and I came into a discussion about this. With how much Kenabres itself was mentioned there he thinks that Kenabres is absolutely extreme there while I'm thinking that it is more a typical city there with its views about anything Tiefling and Demonic.

Now my question is: Is Kenabres an extreme example for the view on Tieflings and demons at the worldwound?

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  • \$\begingroup\$ I read it too long ago to provide you an answer from it, but you might find Pathfinder Tales: King of Chaos might provide some insight to some of your question. It is a novel, within which a Chellish noble travels the world wound with his Tiefling bodyguard (Radovan). N.b. he is the opposite kind of heritage to the chaotic demons in the worldwound (i.e. devil not demon heritage), which also impacts how the demons present react to him - not just the normal people. \$\endgroup\$
    – Isaac
    Mar 6 '20 at 15:52

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